GRAVE DIGGER: Croatian Concert Footage Available

Video footage of GRAVE DIGGER's February 4, 2009 concert in Zagreb, Croatia can be viewed below (footage courtesy of Z1 TV's "Metal Eye" show).

"Ballads Of A Hangman", the new album from GRAVE DIGGER, registered the following first-week chart positions:

Germany: #31
Austria: #78
Switzerland: #81

The CD was released on January 9 via Austria's Napalm Records.

Chris Boltendahl previously stated about the band's decision to sign with Napalm, "We have observed the excellent work of the label in the past few years. Napalm did see the writings on the wall and is one of the leading companies, for example, in online promotion and marketing. They elevated older bands like ATROCITY to new heights and established newcomers like ALESTORM. Thus, we are convinced that Napalm will bring out the best in us, and in return we will deliver a masterpiece of German true metal."


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